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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shifford Economic history

    MS. d.d. Harcourt d 30 (tithe award schedule); ibid. b 40 (R). Furlongs in North field included 'le Brech'. Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt c 113/13. Ch. Ch. Arch., Treasury bks. lv. b. 30, ff. 82-6. Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt c

    Stanton Harcourt Manors and other estates Stanton Harcourt manor house

    Stanton Harcourt ; V.C.H. Oxon . v. 236-9. G. S. Harcourt , Acct. of Stanton Harcourt , 20; Gent. Mag. lxxxix (1), 393-4; below. Harcourt Pps. i. 28-9; Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt c 266, p. 22. Bodl. MSS. d.d. Harcourt

    Stanton Harcourt Economic history

    III/2; Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt c 54/1, mentioning Stanton Harcourt ground in Sutton mead. Bodl. MS. Top. Oxon . b 20, f. 3; ibid. MSS. d.d. Harcourt c 40/9, c 277 (survey of Sir P. Harcourt 's lands); P.R.O., E

    Northmoor Economic history

    d.d. Harcourt c 77/28-34 , c 123/5-12. Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt c 282, partics. of estate late John Blewitt , p. 2. Ibid., passim ; ibid., rental 1780; ibid. MS. d.d. Harcourt b 35, passim . Bodl. MSS. d.d. Harcourt

    Stanton Harcourt Education

    . O.R.O., MS. d.d. Par . Stanton Harcourt c 5, ff. 29-30; Bodl. MS. d.d. All Souls c 192/65. O.R.O., MS. d.d. Par . Stanton Harcourt c 5, f. 31; Bodl. MS. d.d. Harcourt e 26. 10th Rep. Char .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ddadl ar Addysg. Bu llawer. ,'z seneddwyr. ym cyfarch y Ty ar yr. achos, ac ymysg eraill, Mr. :Vernon :Harcourt, ("Histor- icus,"' a " f " yyTimes) Mr. Mundella, yr hwn a an- fonodd- Mr. Roebuck ar ffo. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hopeked, ac felly' yn y binen. Wedi llawer osiarad,. c'awsom *r .araeth ganM r. W illiam George Granville Vernon- 3t- Harcourt, cyd-aelod ilr. Cardwell dros.ddinias Otx- ,ford. Nodwn dri o bethau' mewn cysvlltiad'i~r Y g*r yma (yr bw'n :sydd 'wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fwy uniongyrchol at yr egwyddorion y teimlid anhawsder yn eu cylch. Teimlai y Llywodraeth nas gallent gydsynio a chynygiad Mr. Harcourt fad i'r addysg grefyddol mewn ysgolion yn cael eu cynalgan drethoedd cyhoeddus fad yn anenwadol, nac ych- waith a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    etboliad, os byddai yn dewis gwneyd felly. Ond er fod y Ty wedi llynca yr abwyd a roes Y r. Harcourt ger bron, ni wnaeth hny a a Bwelliayt Mr. Hill. Ceisiodd Mlr. Graves .a drach~efddwyn cynlIun newydd bollol i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Trysorlys fod a i'r Ty fynee i bwyllgor ar gwestiwn y Thames Embankment. Gwrthwynebid el gan Mr. Vernon a Harcourt, a chynygiodd welliant i'r perwyl ei bod yn rhy ddiweddar ar y tymor i ddyfod za'r cynyg- iad ymlaen. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 May 1689, 25 May 1689

    like honeft Gentlemen and good Prd- teftants." " Oates appeared at The Old Bayley, 13th June, 1679, when Whitebread, Fenwick, Harcourt, and Turner, (all Jefuits and Priefts) were tried for the- fame Confpiracy; and the fame Objections were made to Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1693, 13 December 1693

    BrIdgewater. " Maclesfeld. " Oxford. dred Ninety-three, from Their MajeftiesCourt of King's Bench, wherein John Fox is Plaintiff, and Simon Harcourt Defendant; whereupon Errors were affigned, and IfTue joined: Upon due Confideration had of what was offered by Counfel thereupon, Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1695, 7 February 1696

    their Concur¬ rence thereunto. Iefltge from A MeflWe from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. thence, with a 11 Bill. Harcourt and otners : Who brought up a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for the " taking, examining, and ftating, Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1696, 9 January 1697

    That Mr. Mathew Smith do "* immediately attend this Houfe. attend. It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal Harcourt to in Parliament affembled, That Mr. Symon Harcoürt do atteild- attend this Houfe on Monday next, at Eleven of Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1696, 15 January 1697

    8 Will. Ill Journals of the Hoüfe of Lords. " Being asked, " Whether he knows of any Cor« * refpondence held between the late King James, or " any of the King's Enemies whatever, and the Duke " Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Election rhymes, 1880

    do not care about one; The party must, from all I see, At present do without one. As long as Harcourt finds us wit, And Chamberlain abuse, sir, We have, if you consider it, For principle no use, sir. That Subscribers-only content

    Stray leaves from the supposed diary of William Ewart Gladstone., 1884

    merely nominal surplus after allowing for the Alabama com¬ pensation-which the country declares ought never to have been paid-and Vernon Harcourt moves " that the present rate of expenditure is excessive, and that this House desires that it be reduced Subscribers-only content

    The Liberal leaders: photographic almanac, 1886., 1886

    Foi eign Seel etai j -Eai 1 Granville £5,000 Secretary for India -L irl Kimbeiley £•) 000 HomeSecretan- Sir W Harcourt £ 3000 Colonial Secretaiy-Earl Derb > £5,000 Secretary for War-Lord Hartmgton £ i,000 First Lord of Admiralty - Earl Subscribers-only content

    General election, 1885: political buzzings., 1885

    of the They succeeded in reducing the motion, arid Messrs. Gladstone , number of offences for which it Hartington , Harcourt , Forster, and could be inflicted from 100 to 10, Goschen against. though they met with the most In Subscribers-only content

    The modern Macbeth: and other political verses., 1885

    ' s pride, And stop all hostile argument that is not on his side ; And Dilke ' s evasions, Harcourt ' s jeers, Bright ' s bullying and ban, Are ever at the service of this Grand Old Man Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution of simple men within the Dioces of Lincolne.

    causes, here vnder folow. Alyce Doly, accused. ElizabethWighthil. Mistres A-lice Doly. Elizabeth Withthilbeyng brought beforeDoctor London, in þepersonage at Staun-ton Harcourt, & thereput to her othe, depo-sed against MastresAlice Doly, her mai-stres,that þe said M.Doly speaking of I.Hacker of Colman-


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